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Two hundred guests, including Choral alumnae, present Choral members, and members of the administration, attended the Radcliffe Choral Society's banquet last night honoring the twenty-fifth anniversary of G. Wallace Woodworth '24 as conductor of the group.
Mildered Blacklock '50, ex-president of Choral, presented Woodworth with eight volumes of the complete works of Bach, selected by the donors as something he "has always wanted." Said Woodworth, with eight volumes of the complete works of Bach, selected by the donors as something he "has always wanted." Baid Woodwoth, "I'm grateful for the friendships, and the music we have made together."
"Woody" is shown above (right) shaking hands with assistant conductor William F. Russell after the Choral members' performance of Russell's "Cantata Feast Argent," written especially in honor of the occasion.
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